Saturdays during college football season always deliver a bevy of "Can't-miss Moments." College Football 24/7 is here to make sure you have access to all of the plays fans will be raving about.
Wide receiver Corey Robinson had a big impact on the Notre Dame-Florida State showdown. Here is his second touchdown of the first half.
Notre Dame looked to score the go-ahead touchdown in the waning seconds of regulation, only to have the play nullified by an offensive pass-interference penalty. The correct call? The announcing team didn't have an issue with it. Notre Dame fans? That's an different matter.
Oregon's throwback uniforms look spectacular. And Ducks WR Dwayne Stanford's excellent 16-yard touchdown catch while wearing those throwback uniforms is a win-win for everyone (but Washington fans).
West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White is impressing NFL scouts this season with plays like this.
USC cornerback Kevon Seymour was in the right place at the right time to pick off this pass after a big hit by his teammate jarred it from the Colorado receiver.
JuJu Smith looks like he's flying as he goes horizontal to make this one-handed grab.
Blake Sims employed a few impressive moves on this 43-yard touchdown scamper.
Indiana's Shane Wynn took this reverse 75 yards for the touchdown vs. Michigan State.
Air Force wide receiver Jalen Robinette had to do a little work on this 50-yard touchdown reception.
Who says the Minnesota Golden Gophers can only the run the ball? KJ Maye went airborne to score on this touchdown reception.
The announcers on the call of the Purdue-Minnesota game might want to double check their rosters. They misidentified the Minnesota player -- Cedric Thompson, not Damien Wilson -- who made this clutch fourth-quarter interception.
Late in the first half against Central Florida, Tulane QB Nick Montana -- the son of Joe Montana -- spiked the ball on fourth down. That's one way to kill a drive.
Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs flashed some nifty moves on this 53-yard touchdown play.
Purdue wide receiver Danny Anthrop showed great concentration to make this grab of a tipped ball.
This trick play from Friday night will have to go down as one of Boise State's best. QB Grant Hedrick took the snap before handing off to Jeremy McNichols, who then got it to wide receiver Thomas Sperbeck, who hit Hedrick near the endzone for the touchdown.